DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group is calling back 639,310 Jeep Grand Cherokees, 293,968 Jeep Cherokees and 182,044 Jeep Wranglers due to potential "debris accumulation" in the engine compartment that could lead to a fire. No incidents have been reported relating to the problem, which affects ’00-’02 Wranglers, ’00-’01 Cherokees and ’99-’02 Grand Cherokees with 4L engines. The No.3 U.S. auto maker says the problem stems from a design change of the engine manifolds, modifying the ...
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